It’s the long weekend!
Due to Covid-19, this long weekend including some holidays approaching the coming week will be “trimmed down” and mostly celebrated online around Thailand instead of in-person or with large ceremonies and events.
We know that many local readers will still be hungry on these days as every day but also want to stay home and stay safe to stop the spread of Covid-19. We also know that for many finances are tight and people are watching every Baht they spend. Additionally, authorities are urging people to stay home and only travel for essentials and emergencies in Chonburi currently.
HungryNow understands this and wants to help you and your loved ones eat well, save money, stay safe and stay happy at home over the upcoming long weekend and holidays.
From today, July 23rd until the end of the month, July 31st, HungryNow has a very special all-day promotion for you. This code is shouldered by HungryNow to support their local restaurant partners – to support them during these difficult times.
Simply use the code HOLIDAY60 to get a ฿60 discount on any order of ฿200 or more. (limited availability, only during valid dates, cannot be used with other promotions or discounts).
HungryNow has thousands of restaurants (and more being added all the time!) that are ready to deliver to you in Pattaya, the Bangsaen area, and Amata Nakorn! Their hero local drivers are ready to deliver to you, contactless and safely, and save you money while keeping you safe. And, in the unexpected situation that there are any problems or simply questions, HungryNow has local staff who speak English and Thai.
So, why wait? We could write more but we encourage you to try HungryNow yourself HERE, today.
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HungryNow is a fast and reliable food delivery service in Pattaya, Bang Saen, and Amata Nakorn connecting people with the best restaurants in the city. They do this by empowering local businesses and in turn, generate new ways for people to earn, work and live.
They started by facilitating door-to-door delivery, but they see this as just the beginning of connecting people with possibilities — easier evenings, happier days, bigger savings accounts, wider nets, and stronger communities.